Baked Ham With Pineapple

I got this from the Taste of Home website. The original recipe calls for a fully cooked ham but I always use an uncooked ham and cook it myself, you just have to cook it longer but a cooked ham would do just as well. This is the best ham I've ever had...honestly!

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3hrs 15mins
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  • Place ham in roasting pan.
  • Score the surface with shallow diagonal cuts, making diamond shapes.
  • Insert cloves into diamonds (use as many as you'd like). I like to use quite a few.
  • Cover and bake at 325°F for 1 1/2 hours. Longer if using an uncooked ham. Go according to package directions.
  • Combine brown sugar and pineapple juice, pour over ham.
  • Arrange pineapple and cherries on ham and secure with toothpicks.
  • Bake, uncovered an additional 30-45 minutes or until a meat thermometer reads 140°F.
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"I got this from the Taste of Home website. The original recipe calls for a fully cooked ham but I always use an uncooked ham and cook it myself, you just have to cook it longer but a cooked ham would do just as well. This is the best ham I've ever had...honestly!"
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  1. CJAY8248
    Made this for Mother's Day. Perfect just as written. Thanks.
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  2. jonesies
    Made this delightful ham on Christmas day. Did not add the cloves, but otherwise, made as directed. Very moist ham with a nice zing from the pineapple juice and brown sugar. Next time around, I think I will use a little less pinapple juice and try to make the mixture more like a paste so it adheres to the ham, but the juices were fabulous. Thanks!
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  3. msjill111
    I got this from the Taste of Home website. The original recipe calls for a fully cooked ham but I always use an uncooked ham and cook it myself, you just have to cook it longer but a cooked ham would do just as well. This is the best ham I've ever had...honestly!
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